Bits + chips
Xilinx keen on developing AI-based FPGA chips for automotive use
Julian Ho, Tokyo; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES

US FPGA chips specialist Xilinx will step up development of self-adaptive AI chips for automotive applications based on the emerging concepts of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and Transportation as a Service (TaaS) for next-generation, autonomous vehicles,...

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